"One Less than a Perfect Square" makes three attempts in four minutes at understanding foreign sound material from the other side of the Atlantic Ocean in a context where a small child learns himself how to speak.

This triangulation process involves two unknowns and one known. Recordings brought from far away places in South-America; the small child singing the world - wanting to comprehend his environment by putting sonic structure into it and observe any response; and the processing and structuring of the material in a musical composition.

All 3 have the same shape.

Anders Vinjar - 2008